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Nov 2013
My tongue ties in the presence of an angel like you
I can't say what I want to say, so writing will have to make due
Your hazel eyes, and porcelain skin
So much to say with nowhere to begin
The most elegant woman I've seen by far
Compared to you, they all appear subpar
But attractive appearance does not lie inside
This is why in you I confide
You're funny, sweet, and at times a bit strange
But if I could fix you there isn't a thing I would change
You define perfection, I want you to know
In this dimly lit world, I see your light glow
And when your wings send you flying away
My darling angel, I beg you to stay
Written by
Christopher Habla  Georgia
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